Girlfriends' Guide Divorce Megan Hilty Cast

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce Adds Megan Hilty, Mad Man in Season 2

Fade in on a girl with a husband named Frumpkis…

Smash star Megan Hilty will recur on Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce as southern belle Charlene, the woman married to Jo’s oft-referred-to ex, Robert Frumpkis.

The series, which announced the casting Tuesday, also is adding Mad Men alum Aaron Staton and Homeland‘s Maury Sterling to its Season 2 cast.

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Sterling will play Frumpkis himself — who comes to Los Angeles to be closer to his daughter — while Staton will play JD, a new love interest for one of the ladies. Both roles are recurring.

Hilty’s previous TV work also includes Sean Saves the World and Melissa and Joey.

In addition to playing Mad Men‘s Ken Cosgrove for seven seasons, Staton’s TV credits include The Good Wife and Person of Interest. Sterling has appeared in Extant, 24 and ER, among other series.

Hilty, Sterling and Staton join a cast roster that includes previously announced Season 2 additions Retta (Parks and Recreation), Mark Valley (Fringe) and Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Baby Daddy).

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  1. Mr. Tran K says:

    Great to see Ken Cosgrove from Mad Men and Max from Homeland being cast in GG2D.

  2. BrightLight says:

    Well I’m still struggling through Season 1 but I have to say that the casting for Season 2 sounds pretty fantastic so far. Might have to stick with this show after all.

    • Riley says:

      Some episodes in Season 1 are depressing for Abby but when she gets on top of things with her career and dating, it’s fantastic.
      I am so looking forward to all the addition for the second season.

  3. Lori says:

    I love the show but i´m afraid this season they are going to spend a lot of time in the girlfriends. I like them in small doses but i watch the show for Abby and i hope we don´t see her screentime reduced in favor of other cast members.